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The Dupont Summit 2013 will be held Friday, December 6th at the historic
Whittemore House in Washington DC. The purpose of the Dupont Summit is
to promote interdisciplinary dialogue about pressing issues related to
science, technology, and the environment. You can learn more at
The Lifeboat Foundation has accepted this invitation leading to the news
article "Lifeboat Foundation at Dupont Summit 2013 -- Sci., Tech., and
Environmental Policy" at
Lifeboat Foundation speakers include:
Dustin Ashley will be speaking about "Increase interest of emerging
technologies within students and improvement within STEM education".
Kevin Berry and Anmol Singh will be speaking about "Lifeboat
Foundation's Response to NASA's Asteroid Initiative Public Engagement
Request". Martin J. Dudziak will be speaking about "Workshop on the
‘Great STEM Disconnect and Divide'". Paula Gordon will be speaking about
"March 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan: Some Implications for the
Safety of U.S. Nuclear Power Plants in Seismically Active Areas".
Jim Hamilton will be speaking about "Breaking The Nuclear Waste Impasse
— Progress in the Face of Federal Government Inaction". Keith Henson
will be speaking about "‘Design to cost' analysis of Space Based Solar
Power". Phil Ice will be speaking about "Surveying the E-Learning
Landscape". András Kornai will be speaking about "Language Death in the
Digital Age". Ed Liebow will be speaking about "Anthropological
Engagements with Climate & Environmental Change: Whither Policy?"
Arnauld Nicogossian will be speaking about "Technology and Global Health
Policy: Focus Transportation Description".
Joseph N. Pelton will be speaking about "The Leadership Challenge of
Cosmic Hazards and Planetary Defense in Modern Technological World".
Manuel Perez will be speaking about "Changes in Citizenship due to
Technological Advances in Western Civilization". Amalie Sinclair will be
speaking about "US Space Policy for Treaty". John K. Strickland will be
speaking about "Development of routine and inexpensive access to space
and space based solar power". Willard Wells will be speaking about the
"Survivability of Humankind".
About Lifeboat Foundation
The Lifeboat Foundation is a nonprofit nongovernmental organization
dedicated to encouraging scientific advancements while helping humanity
survive existential risks and possible misuse of increasingly powerful
technologies, including genetic engineering, nanotechnology, and
robotics/AI, as we move towards the Singularity.
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